Squad Goals Is Becoming a TV Show, Thanks to Ryan Seacrest

Squad Goals TV Show

Ryan Seacrest‘s newest small-screen project is literally #SquadGoals. No, really.

The American Idol host is executive-producing Squad Goals, a new multi-camera sitcom in development at CBS, our sister publication Variety reports.

Squad Goals reportedly follows an ensemble of 20-something friends from college who find themselves suddenly forced to grow up in the real world. (“Squad Goals,” for those unfamiliar with the aspirational phrase, is used to express the desire to join a particular crew of people.)

The script comes from Lindsey Rosin (South of Nowhere) and Aaron Karo, both of whom will co-executive produce along with EP Nina Wass of Ryan Seacrest Productions.

Squad Goals‘ premise sounds simple enough, but here’s what we want to know: Are you willing to look past its of-the-moment title — a moment which, by the time the series reaches its hypothetical fruition, will likely already have passed? (Speaking of such titles, MTV recently bought two new comedies, tentatively titled #blessed and Click Bait.) Drop a comment with your thoughts below.